Teradata Corp., a publicly traded data storage and analytics firm, said Wednesday it is moving its corporate headquarters from Dayton, Ohio, to San Diego – where it already employs more than 1,000 workers.
The move is part of Teradata’s ongoing transition from being primarily a data warehousing company to a data analytics firm, where it deploys sophisticated software to probe giant data sets for customers who are looking to better run their businesses.
The company employs about 300 workers in Dayton, and many of them are expected to receive relocation offers, according to a company spokeswoman. It is unclear how many will choose to move. The company aims to complete the relocation by the end of 2018.View Article